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Impacting a Generation – My Personal Reflections in Honour of Ravi Zacharias

In our lifetime, we meet many different people. Some of them leave a lasting impression but very few leave an impact. Ravi not only impacted a few, but a whole generation for Jesus Christ. In India, Ravi popularised apologetics and…

Treasured Memories… of Ravi Zacharias

It was such a great privilege for me to become a part of RZIM Life Focus Society in the year 1993 and so got to get introduced to our Founder, Ravi Zacharias, during our First National Conference in 1994 in…

Calvin & Daughters | Reminiscing about Ravi – Tributes from the India Team | RZIM India

Calvin, a well-wisher of RZIM, along with his young daughters, salutes Ravi Zacharias, much acclaimed for his quotable quotes. #ReminiscingAboutRavi #RaviZacharias #RZIMIndia

Thomas Skaria, Senior Operations Manager, RZIM | Reminiscing about Ravi: Tributes from India Team

Thomas Skaria, Senior Operations Manager, RZIM, brings alive Ravi-ji’s penchant for fun, food and fellowship.

Nathan Andrews, Vice-Chairman, RZIM LFS Board | Reminiscing about Ravi: Tributes from the India Team

Nathan Andrews, Vice-chairman, RZIM LFS board, goes down nostalgia lane as he pays tribute to Ravi Zacharias.

A Kingdom Stalwart

Celebrating the Life of Ravi Zacharias | Shanthi Thomas – Chairperson | RZIM India He was India’s gift to the world. Ravi Zacharias introduced apologetics to the Church in India like no other and impacted a generation and more for…

Obituary: Ravi Zacharias

When Ravi Zacharias was a cricket-loving boy on the streets of India, his mother called him in to meet the local sari-seller-turned-palm reader. “Looking at your future, Ravi Baba, you will not travel far or very much in your life,”…

Ravi Zacharias, Now with Jesus

On January 4, my dad recited a stanza from this hymn from the late Richard Baxter (1615-1691):  “Lord, it belongs not to my care Whether I die or live; To love and serve Thee is my share, And this Thy…

The Divine Hiddenness of God

Max Jeganathan in his talks says many times, we might not see God’s work very visibly. He might seem distant from us. But God is always loving and caring for us. His footprints can always be seen.

Christ is Risen

Evidence that Jesus rose from the dead is overwhelming. Mary was not the only one who had a personal encounter with the risen Lord. In this video, Christ is Risen, Sam Raju lists the multiple appearances of the risen Jesus…

The Search for Better Performance

Apart from strategy, culture and environment, one of the most important things that anchors us is our character. It is our character that defines who we are and finally the output that we produce. The Gospel of Jesus Christ provides…

Finding Love In A Hookup Culture

Tinder, Bumble, Scruff, Happn and so the list of online dating apps goes on. Tall, short, fair, dark, young, middle age, the apps seem to give out a wide variety of choices. All one needs to do is swipe right…

The Power and Pull of Stories

We all seem to enjoy and thrive on stories. The deepest convictions of our heart are often formed by stories and reside there in the images and emotions of a story. It’s no wonder Jesus used parables and stories to…

A Mysterious Safety

Someone told me recently that he wondered if humans only truly ever pray when we are in the midst of despair. Despite creed or confession, is it only when we have no other excuses to offer, no other comfort to…

When Hope Seemed Hopeless

You are beautiful, you are strong and you are worthy – A captivating story shared by Rachel Davis, Operations Manager and Senior Project Analyst for Wellspring International, RZIM. The stories of Usha, a burns survivor and Dr Prema, co-founder of…

The Grand Mystery Of Forgiveness

by Immanuel Ebbie Francis Is Jesus really being practical? Can His teachings be trusted with life and with its consequent practice? Is He downright apathetic to existential case points, by generalizing them with saintly ease without taking into consideration case-specific…

How do we approach work?

by Dr. Rajkumar Songa Dr. Rajkumar Songa is the founder-CEO of the Hyderabad-based Centre for Migration Medicine, which is a visa medical screening centre authorised and overseen by public health and immigration departments of USA, Canada, UK, Australia and New…

Three cheers to Freedom and Secularism

by Tikicus Polepaka On the occasion of the 72nd Independence Day of our country, let us take a fresh look at the concepts of freedom and secularism. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru it was who by his unflinching efforts established and practised…

Business Ethics – An Oxymoron?

  by Nathan Andrews Writing 740 years before Christ, the prophet Isaiah called out the people of his time saying ‘your coins are all counterfeits, your wine watered down’, referring to their cheating and misrepresentation in the marketplace. Amos, Isaiah’s…

Beyond the Boundaries of Science

  by Dr. Latha Christie In today’s post-modern culture of smart-phones and GPS, the millennials struggle with a major shift in thinking—questioning truth claims and denying absolute truth. Amidst this culture, the ultimate questions in life still linger: Where did…

What Next?

Watch Jaden Johnson, a school student, as he asks some insightful questions to Mr. G. J. Manohar, Principal and Correspondent of Madras Christian College Higher Secondary School, Chennai. Mr Manohar is an award-winning teacher and Principal.

The Challenge of Affluence

By Max Jeganathan In one of his lesser known works – ‘How much land does a man need?’ – Leo Tolstoy writes of a Russian peasant farmer named Pahom. Pahom hears of some landowners – the Bashkirs – whom he…

Journey into Shadow

In J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, Frodo, the young hobbit, has been given the burden of bearing the one ring of power. It is a ring that has the potential to put all of Middle Earth under terror…

Making melody for the Master

by Augustine Paul  A thing of beauty is a joy forever, said the poet Keats. Music, you will agree, is one such tremendous blessing given to us by our Maker. Now music is an integral part of worship, be it in…

Romancing the Divine

Try Romancing the divine or at least freely indulging in his unceasing unquenchable love. This Romance was never intended to replace your love for your sweetheart.

Making Social Media Useful (Again?)

Check what Social Media makes you think of yourself and others. If you are often upset or angry after interacting, reading posts, or begin hating yourself, or others, be sure something is wrong.

Witness in Marketplace

  Musicians, politicians, lawyers and sport stars should not just leave their jobs because it gets to be difficult to demonstrate Christian ethics in their line of duty, says Ravi Zacharias during a Q & A at the South Asia…

Q&A Session on Spiritual Journey and Disciplines

  with Stuart McAllister, Abdu Murray and Ravi Zacharias How do we battle with the increasing pressures at the workplace and still keep our Christian faith? What is our role when God is silent? How do we build a strong…

Artificial Intelligence – Machines Made In Our Own Image!

  by Biju George A professor of religion recently gave a very strange classroom assignment to his students. He told his students to ask Siri, the personal assistant in Apple devices, to pray for them and observe what happened. Siri…

A Gentle Philosophy of Success

In the modern world, people are driven by the need to Succeed. How do we define a successful person? Does success lie only in the hands of an individual? Can a person be successful in all areas of life? These…

Sleep and Slumber

  by Jill Carattini It is commendable that the city that never sleeps is at least taking naps. MetroNaps, a New York company that was founded in 2003 and tested at Carnegie Mellon University, provides a chance for over-worked employees,…

The Big B!

  by John Ravindran Jesus Christ while explaining the cost of Discipleship gives this illustration of a person sitting down, counting the cost before he even lays the foundation of a tower (Luke 14:28). We read about the planning, raising…

The Forgotten Heartbeat

  by Abhishek Shibu It’s a cold February morning as I get ready for yet another day in the lab.  Open the door; a step outside; deep breath and it hits me, ‘Love is in the air’; or maybe it’s…

The Uniqueness of Christ (Part 2)

  By Ravi Zacharias The life and death of Jesus Christ provides us with a worldview that no other worldview can offer. It is absolutely unique. It first gives us a strong framework for moral reasoning, it shows us the…

From Great to Good

  By Stuart McAllister In an age when success is measured in terms of the wealth you possess or the position you are in, Stuart McAllister challenges us from a Biblical perspective. The Bible redefines the popular notions of success…

The Sting of Death

  By Jill Carattini Researchers not long ago professed to have come up with a questionnaire that could measure a person’s chances of dying within the next four years. According to one of the designers, the test reported to be…

Echoes of Truth

  By Abhishek Shibu What is it about musicians that make them impervious to the conventions of life? How is it that raw passion denies all established laws even at the peril of being ostracised? Not just a blatant disregard…

Endurance

  By Margaret Manning It is a task performed with repetitive motion, often in the heat of the day for hours and hours. It is carried out despite its monotonous nature, regardless of the blisters that form on delicate skin…

Our Search for Freedom

  (By Stuart McAllister) Why do we feel alienated and restless in the world we live in? This bondage is expressed in many art forms like movies, music and novels. We seem to always be searching for true and lasting…

God is Just, When Life Seems Unfair

  (By Dr Latha Christie) Life is not always fair and when unfairness strikes, a question begins to haunt us: “Is God fair?” This pierces us to the core and leaves us at a complete loss. We feel that it…

Addressing Questions on Freedom

  by Ravi Zacharias & Os Guinness Is Freedom unlimited? What are the challenges to freedom in a complex globalised world? In this video Os Guinness and Ravi Zacharias address important questions asked by people of varying age groups and…

The Challenge to Human Freedom

Author and Speaker Os Guinness articulates the challenges to freedom faced by nations around the globe. Sustainable freedom seems like an almost impossible goal. In many nations freedom for one group of people is tyranny for another. How do we…

Why Integrity Matters

  by Michael Ramsden A society can function only if its people are men and women of  integrity. Ethics and Morality play an important role in the life of an individual and a community, yet we find it very difficult…

Secularism: The Prodigal Child

A helpful way to understand secularity is to see it as the prodigal child of Christianity. It helps not only by giving a location to the “secular”, but it also provides a way to make sense of the cultural conflicts…

The Struggle for Identity

One of the biggest questions we have to deal with in a globalised world is the question of Identity. How do we understand ourselves? How do we understand the Other? How do we live together with mutual respect for each…

Life lessons from a Master Chef!

“Perfection is lots of little things done well,” says Marco Pierre White, celebrity chef, restaurateur and television personality, who is often called the godfather of modern cooking. He was one of the youngest chefs to be ever awarded three Michelin…

Lessons from Jesus, the Teacher

Ideas are the precursor to social engineering. Jesus the master teacher had opened up new vistas by appealing to the minds and hearts of the people for a moral revolution in the beginning of the common era, what is rightly…

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